More of Katie’s illustrations can be found at www.Wallop.co.uk!
I’m not sure of the name on this, looks as if done by a very young artist. Love the scale, precision & symmetry going on here.
More of Nick’s work can be seen at http://www.myspace.com/nrmzgroovy
Hey, so first off, sorry for the silent treatment. although not one to share here much, I’ve been under the weather recently, and have found myself on a revolving trip between the doctor and the emergency room trying to rid myself of (what they are pretty sure is a) sinus infection. Things are improving, but not fast enough for me to be anything other than ill-tempered and miserable.
On to good news. The cards from the recent NotCot exposure are beginning to come back, and there’s some cool stuff in there. Also, a friend who went cross country has been handing out cards at huge events (most notably Seattle’s Hempfest) and I’m starting to see some come back from that trip too.
Will be posting more soon, and keep them coming!
It is now 6:33 AM, and I’m still awake. Not really a day person, apparently. I’ve finished uploading the latest batch of scans for your viewing pleasure. There are some pretty interesting things in there, including a pair of Escher mimics, more robotia, a cool demon from FOS, and a fantastic monster collage from Martha Hull featuring a vampiric PowerPuff Girl pouncing on Dracula! Also, this piece, which is among my favorites.
Oi, there’s too much good stuff to mention, but I’ll mention one more. Artist and Illustrator Michael Marsicano took a stack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Check out his incredible New York Vignettes.
Enjoy, and get some rest.
The title refers to a show at the Firehouse Gallery in Burlington, VT. It was a fantastic retrospective.
More of Phil’s great work can be found at www.Phillustrations.net
More of Erin’s work can be seen at xessentax.deviantart.com